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SCHOLARSHIPS AND FUNDING AID

The goal of the policy is to reward the ten most brilliant students (top 10) from each academic year and degree course. The university offers eligible applicants a reduction in the annual tuition fee on the basis of their previous year’s grade-point average.

Deserving students undertaking the 1st academic year of Bachelor’s degree courses will be awarded a reduction in their fees if they attain a final score of 90 to 100 points in their final exams. Students undertaking their 2nd or 3rd academic year will be awarded a reduction in their tuition fees if they are among the 10 most deserving students on the degree course based on their grade-point average, on how many exams they have passed, and on their international experience.

Students undertaking the 1st academic year of Master’s degree courses will be awarded a reduction in their fees if they achieved a final grade of 105 to 110 points. Students who have graduated from UNINT will also receive this reduction in their fees.
The ten most deserving students from each degree course undertaking the 2nd academic year will be awarded a reduction in tuition fees, based on their grade-point average, on the number of exams they have passed, and on their international experience.

Students who so wish can also self-finance their studies, subject to their academic achievements, through the student loan plan that the University has developed in agreement with Banca Intesa Sanpaolo.

This agreement allows students the opportunity to access funds from a line of credit, based on a fixed interest rate loan, which includes a 12-month grace period. The amortization schedule may be extended up to 10 years, and the repayment schedule starts after the 12-month grace period, in order to give students time to find employment.

No specific preconditions attach to this loan plan and students will not need the intervention of their parents. All that is required is that they demonstrate their motivation towards studying. Students will access funds from their bank account and all disbursements subsequent to the first are subject to acquiring a specific number of ECTS per academic year. Students can apply for the loan plan at any branch of the Gruppo Intesa Sanpaolo.

The Right to Education offers deserving students of limited means the opportunity to obtain scholarships and other financial aids. It also guarantees assistance to students with disabilities, providing them with tutors and specific technical supports.

To be eligible for the benefits established by the Right to Education students must enter the “Borse di Studio” competition in cooperation with LAZIO DiSCo. Applications are usually accepted during the summer term and students can only apply online. The value of the scholarship may vary according to the status of the student at the time of application. Non-resident students must show a lease agreement with a minimum term of ten months as proof of status.

To learn more about LAZIO DiSCo, please see the www.laziodisco.it website.